- Monitoring at the speed of DevOps
The meetup is organised by ProdOps.io, a team of software operations architects who consult on infrastructure automation and workflow improvement. Soluto are kindly hosting us. Content and refreshments provided by ESL. In recent years companies are using modern techniques (Agile, DevOps, CI/CD) and technologies (Cloud, Containers, Kubernetes) to create new business services as fast as possible. These are critical applications for their business, so they must deliver them with high quality. Application Performance Management (APM) has become a key element to achieving quality, performance and availability of Modern business-critical applications. Agenda: 18:00 - Gathering, Pizza, Mingling 18:30 - 19:15 - Monitoring at the speed of DevOps - Golan Shem-Tov @Instana 19:15 - 20:00 - How to control multi zone cloud environment with 0 overhead - Gal Levinsky @Mobitech **Talk1: We live in a world where everything is moving fast and the heat is on! Companies are building applications fast and deploy new functionality or fixes multiple times a day. Using modern techniques and technologies has disrupted Application Performance Management and caused loss of visibility into applications, their performance and availability. Legacy APM was not built for a dynamic world where services grow and shrink, move around, short lived and constantly changing. We will discuss challenges and solutions to monitoring in the speed of devops. **Talk 2: Features overview and a customer success story about the usage of Instana APM in a AWS cloud based environment with Billions server calls a day with the following technology stack: Java reactive application servers, nginx web servers, MongoDB, ElasticSearch, MySQL, Spring. ##About the speakers:## **Golan Shem-Tov is a Senior Solutions Architect for Instana , and an APM enthusiast since 2003. Working with APM in different roles, Solutions Architect, Technical Account Manager, Technical Marketing Engineer have given Golan an interesting perspective to the changes in APM throughout the years. https://www.linkedin.com/in/golanshemtov/ **Gal Levinsky from Mobitech have over 15 years of technological and management leadership. Experienced in web and mobile based applications in Large, SME and startups. Featured blogger in technological sites. https://www.linkedin.com/in/gallevisnky/
- Higher Cloud Tech
Prodops.io is proud to share this great event hosted by Soluto. Details We will have two guest speakers that will talk about Istio and about Kubernetes Admission Controllers. ==Talk 1== Title: Introduction to service mesh with Istio and Kiali Talk: Service mesh has become the new way for running a distributed microservices architecture. This talk focuses on what service mesh is, and how Istio and Kiali open source projects enable managing a containerized service mesh. Bio: Alissa Bonas is an engineering manager in Kiali open source project at Red Hat. She is a contributor and a maintainer in several open source projects, has been working with Kubernetes from its early days, and has a great interest in user experience (UX) topics. ==Talk 2== Title: Securing Kubernetes with Admission Controllers Talk: Organizations are rapidly adopting Kubernetes to more easily develop and manage the applications that drive business value. However, this requires enforcing security in different stages within the lifecycle. In this session, we will review the security challenge in Kubernetes, and learn about admission controller capabilities and use cases for extending Kubernetes security. An admission controller allows you to intercept or mutate request to the Kubernetes API before it's persisted as an object in Kubernetes. By utilizing admission controllers to intercept objects we have to the flexibility to enforce enterprise security policies for developers and operators of Kubernetes. Bio: Shiri is an Experienced Cloud Solutions Architect and Product Manager, holds B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering and Management. Prior to joining WhiteSource, Shiri worked for various companies where she held roles in R&D, as Solutions Architect, R&D Team Leader & Product Manager. In her free time, Shiri, along with other PMs, runs a podcast for Product Management, named "Mozzarella".
- AWS Summit Tel Aviv 2019
Bringing technologists together to connect, collaborate, and learn about AWS Join the AWS Summit in Tel Aviv and learn how the cloud is accelerating innovation in businesses of all sizes. During this free event, you will learn about the AWS platform through breakout sessions that cover a wide range of topics from new services and architecture to performance and operations. You will also have the opportunity to hear from customers about their journey to the cloud. So, whether you are just getting started on the cloud or a proficient user, come and learn something new at the AWS Summit Tel Aviv 2019! register here: https://pages.awscloud.com/summit-tel-aviv-2019-registration.html Explore rich agenda and dive deep into your core topic or join a starter session to learn something new. AI & Machine Learning DevOps Innovate Enterprise Applications
- How to Write a Database / Avi Kivity, CTO & Co-Founder, ScyllaDB
Join AppsFlyer Engineering for one of the most requested sessions from DevOps Days Tel Aviv! Please RSVP through the AppsFlyer Engineering Meetup Group: (https://www.meetup.com/AppsFlyer/events/257831523/?isFirstPublish=true) Avi Kivity, father of KVM, and now ScyllaDB will (FINALLY!) be gracing us with the talk that didn't pan out at DevOps Days: "How to Write a Database" - you won't want to miss this talk from one of the only people in our community who can give it! Agenda: 18:00 - Mingling, Pizzas & Beers 18:30 - Main Session: How to Write a Database 19:10 - AMA / How to Choose the NoSQL Database that's right for you, Avi Kivity & AppsFlyer Engineering Title: How to Write a Database Abstract: Application developers take it for granted that the database will always be there for them, tirelessly serving their reads and writes (hopefully with the same data!). But how does it work? This talk explores the database internals: commit logs, memory allocation, I/O strategies, and more. Audience Level: Technical - Advanced
- DevOps Tools for Security
The meetup is organised by ProdOps.io, a team of software operations architects who consult on infrastructure automation and workflow improvement. WhiteSource are kindly hosting us at their new event space and speaking at the meetup. **18:00 - Mingling and Food **18:15 - Managing Application Secrets On AWS With SSM And Chamber - The Better Alternative For Vault And AWS Secret Manager (in Hebrew) by Omer Hamerman **18:45 - Open Source Security at Scale - The DevOps challenge (in Hebrew) By Shiri Ivtsan** - Present current open source statistics (based on a survey we conducted across ~600 developers) - Innovations in the security world, what are the latest news - What are the DevOps tools to protect against open source vulnerabilities **19:15 - Securing Kubernetes Service-Mesh By Ran Marom** A service mesh is a configurable infrastructure layer for a microservices application. It makes communication between service instances flexible, reliable, and fast. The mesh provides service discovery, load balancing, encryption, authentication and authorization, support for the circuit breaker pattern, and other capabilities. In this talk, we will share the latest developments in the world of service-mesh, what is it good for, introduce the audience to tools like Istio & Envoy and will present how to easily build a secured service-mech infrastructure for existing K8s cluster with Portshift the platform. ##Speaker: Omer Hamerman## Omer is an experienced software operations engineer and an open source contributor. He is always willing to go the extra mile to help our clients improve their software delivery. He is known for getting the job done very quickly and is clear-cut and very sharp, delivering almost any job on the spot. He is passionate about beautiful code, cybersecurity and doing things right the first time. He is a keen writer of blog posts and a speaker at meetups. ##Speaker: Shiri Ivtsan## Shiri is an Experienced Cloud Solutions Architect and Product Manager, holds B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering and Management. Prior to joining WhiteSource, Shiri worked for various companies where she held roles in R&D, as Solutions Architect, R&D Team Leader & Product Manager. ##Speaker: Ran Marom## Ran is an experienced Cybersecurity PM with a demonstrated history of leading cybersecurity projects. in the past 2 years Ran was building security solution for cloud-native applications and worked with some of the largest organization in the world through their cloud-native journey. https://www.linkedin.com/in/ran-marom/ WhiteSource is the leader in continuous open source security and license compliance management. Its vision is to empower businesses to develop better software by harnessing the power of open source. Industry leaders like Microsoft, IBM, and hundreds more trust WhiteSource to secure and manage the open source components in their software. Portshift is an identity-based cloud workload protection platform, that secures applications from code to runtime. Portshift ensures that only signed applications, to the OS level, are running on the cloud environments, enables to intuitively control and enforce how the applications communicate and to easily find information that is associated with their development and deployment cycles. With Portshift DevOps teams are orchestrating security as part of their day-to-day job.
- CI/CD Pipelines & Docker Cluster Management
CI/CD Pipelines & Docker Clusters Management. In the last couple of years, Natural Intelligence moved their Microservice architecture operation to docker and then to Docker Swarm. They have built some basic CI/CD pipelines to support the business needs. These two talks are about thins Journey which is still ongoing. Natural Intelligence have learned the importance of a stable CI/CD pipeline and how to handle the cluster management system. Agenda: 18:00 - Gathering 18:30 - 19:25 - "Escaping the Jungle or The Vision of a Unified CI/CD Pipeline" - Anton Weiss 19:25 - 19:30 - Break 19:30 - 20:25 - "The real-life pains of Docker Swarm and our roadmap to Kubernetes" - Daniel Bar Talks: Escaping the Jungle or The Vision of a Unified CI/CD Pipeline -Anton Weiss What do you do when you have dozens of revenue-generating services built on a multitude of technologies? How do you ensure the rapid pace of change without disappointing your users and not going crazy along the way? You need a strong CI/CD backbone that will take your code to production in a streamlined, observable and secure manner. Sounds easy! Almost like building the Tel Aviv Light Rail! In this talk we'll present the vision for building such a backbone at Natural Intelligence and describe our progress up until now. The real-life pains of Docker Swarm and our roadmap to Kubernetes - Daniel Bar Today our polyglot microservices are running over Docker Swarm clusters on multiple regions in AWS. Tomorrow, we are moving our services into Kubernetes. We are going to discuss what we learned building, stabilizing swarm. and why after almost two years using swarm we decided to move to K8s. And how we plan to handle features as canary releases, ingress control, cross-region/platform over K8s clusters all in AWS cloud. About the speakers: Anton Weiss is the founder at http://otomato.link, software delivery optimization expert, internationally acclaimed speaker and technical trainer. Chaos monkey is his favorite pet animal. Daniel Bar leads the DevOps team at Natural Intelligence
- DevOpsDays Tel Aviv 2018
Join hundreds of the top Devs and Ops from Israel and abroad for another excellent two-day conference December 18-19 at the Tel Aviv Convention Center! We're also really excited to announce Jono Bacon as our first keynote speaker! *Early bird tickets (until July 31st): https://www.devopsdays.org/events/2018-tel-aviv/registration *Call for papers: https://www.papercall.io/devopsdaystlv2018/ *Sponsor the event: https://www.devopsdays.org/events/2018-tel-aviv/sponsor *Contact the organizers: https://www.devopsdays.org/events/2018-tel-aviv/contact
- Visibility in Scale - The Enabler of Constant Change
Yes! let's open our morning with a tech talk about visibility. This time Nikita Ostrovsky comes and visit us from Outbrain NY office. His talk will be about how in an ever-changing environment, visibility is the key to solving scalability issues, capacity problems, troubleshooting, as well as a host of others. In this talk, we will discuss Outbrain's metrics environment, the overall scale of it, and how it evolved to be able to support a massive migration to Kubernetes. About Nikita: Nikita is a DevOps Manager that leads the Visibility team at Outbrain. He's been in the SRE/DevOps space for over 10 years and primarily focuses on bringing sane metrics, logging, event streaming and alerting solutions to the organization at large. Agenda: 9:30-10:00: Coffee & pastry 10:00-10:40: Nikita 10:40: Q&A
- November meetup at Imperva
The meetup is organised by ProdOps.io, a team of software operations architects who consult on infrastructure automation and workflow improvement. Imperva are kindly hosting us at their new event space. 17:45 - 18:15 - Mingling, Pizza and Beer 18:15 - 18:50 - The Cloud Trifecta - Why the Unification Revolution will be DevOps-Lead 18:55 - 19:30 - Docker based development pipeline for micro-services The Cloud Trifecta - Why the Unification Revolution will be DevOps-Lead Presenter: Gadi Naor, CTO and Co-founder, Alcide Fact is, cloud computing provides DevOps with a scalable way to provision and manage applications. Yet, DevOps struggle with daily tasks and changes in these ever-changing environments, and in specific With the process of how applications are developed and how infrastructure is built. This increasingly added complexity is forcing DevOps teams to rethink how to best optimize their environments. Applications are now made up of a combination of owned code and third-party services while their infrastructure is composed through a combination of workloads - from bare metal and servers, to VMs and containers - which they don't fully control. With applications and their supporting environments becoming increasingly distributed and meshed, how will DevOps effectively keep up with the pace of rapid transformation in a unified, secure and scalable way? In this session, Alcide will discuss why the unified DevOps experience needs to be one of the first considerations for both cloud-native companies and companies embracing the cloud, and elaborate on why such unified experience is the right way to ensure the full app stack is secured during the entire application life cycle to avoid security blind spots or potential exploitation. 19:00 - 19:45 - Docker based development pipeline for micro-services Presenter: Ori Nakar, Technical Leader at Imperva A development pipeline is an automated process used to deliver changes from development to production environments. It enables a constant flow of changes. A typical pipeline includes the following 3 main stages: • Build - build your source code and pack it as artifacts • Test - test your change and the rest of the system • Deploy - make the changes available for use A development pipeline is a critical time saver: • Avoid mistakes and time waste, by using automation • Supply a quick feedback for any change in the software (good or bad) • Allow development in an isolated environment, so one’s mistake will not affect other’s work The constant and immediate feedback helps finding mistakes right after they happen, and minimizes production issues. It also helps your team be confident with their changes, which makes them both happier and more productive. Ori will tell you about our development pipeline, flow and services we chose. He will explain how Docker helps us in different stages of the pipeline such as making it agnostic to the choice of development technology and gives us strong testing capabilities. Join the meetup to watch a live demo and learn about Imperva's choices and highlights of the pipeline.
- WOW your AWS - lightning talks on tools
The meetup is organised by ProdOps.io, a team of software operations architects who consult on infrastructure automation and workflow improvement. Kindly hosted and presented by AWS at their new meetup space in Azrieli Sarona tower, 28th floor. Agenda: 18:00–18:30 - Doors open, gathering, food. 18:30 - 19.45 - Short talks 1. Evgeny Zislis will talk about CloudFormation (20min) How to decouple stacks using exported values, how to use Systems Manager to provide different parameters for different environments to re-use the same templates and how to make templates that can conditionally create resources depending on these parameters. 2. Paul Lewis **The Evolution of Infrastructure as Code (20min)** In this talk we’ll get hands on with the recently released AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK). We’ll talk briefly about the benefits of describing your architecture with a programming language rather than JSON/YAML, and then put the slides away and spend the majority of the talk showing you the CDK via a hands-on example. 3. Paul Maddox **Better canary deployments with K8s, Spinnaker and Istio** “I want fast, safe deployments, and I want to be able to roll back/forwards quickly in the event of a problem” said every developer ever. In this talk, we’ll dive into the world of canary deployments, why most articles and guides you read about them online are flawed, and how to implement a really good canary deployment pipeline for containers with Kubernetes, Spinnaker, Istio and Prometheus.